Quote by Jack Hanna
A lion is called a 'king of beasts' obviously for a reason.
This quote implies that the lion, often referred to as the 'king of beasts,' has earned this title due to its regal and powerful nature. The lion's position as king represents its dominance and status as an apex predator in the animal kingdom. With its majestic appearance, strength, and hunting prowess, the lion symbolizes authority and respect. The quote emphasizes the lion's rightful claim as a ruler among animals and acknowledges an evident justification behind its epithet of being the 'king of beasts.'
How, then,' I hear you ask, 'shall I attain my end, whether it be Christian love, socialism, or American democracy?' Your Christian love and your socialism and your American democracy are what you do each day, your manner of thinking each hour, of embracing your life companion and loving your child; they are your attitude of social responsibility towards your work, and your determination not to become like the crushers of life you so hate.
For a long time, I have been trying to see if it would be possible to describe the history of thought as distinct both from the history of ideas (by which I mean the analysis of systems of representation) and from the history of mentalities (by which I mean the analysis of attitudes and types of action schTranslated by Lydia Davis and published in volume 1
If on the other hand I tell you that to let no day pass without discussing goodness and all the other subjects about which you hear me talking and examining both myself and others is really the very best thing that a man can do, and that life without this sort of examination is not worth living.